Successful Potty Training: Simple Steps to Make Life Easier

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Thorsons in collaboration with National Childbirth Trust Publishing, 2002 - Toilet training - 126 pages
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Potty training is one of those first big hurdles for new parents. Knowing when, and how, to move out of nappies can be difficult. This book discusses all the options and helps you spot when your child is ready to start as well as decide on the right method for you both. This practical guide aims to answer all your questions: when and how should it begin? is there a right or a wrong way to start? what should you do if progress seems slow? tips for when you are out and about; and where can you turn for help if things go wrong?

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Heather Welford, MSc is a writer, journalist, and editor, specializing in health topics, especially ones related to parenthood. She is the author of several books on infant and child care. She works as a volunteer breastfeeding counselor and as a tutor training other mothers and healthcare professionals in breastfeeding support.

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